R_and_D_8

R_and_D_8 - Nathan Ellis BI123 March 20, 2006 R&D8...

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Nathan Ellis BI123 March 20, 2006 *Read Wiersbe's Expository Outlines on the New Testament Hebrews: "Introductory Notes to the Hebrews Epistle and Hebrews 3, 4, 5, and 6. (This will be about eleven pages.) 1. What is the main message of Hebrews? The main message is summarized in 6:1 and claims that message is telling the Hebrews to go on unto perfection. 2. Who are the possible authors of Hebrews? Earliest traditions point to Paul as the writer, but others have suggested Apollos, Luke, Philip the Evangelist, Mark, and even Priscilla and Aquila. Whichever one, the author is a Jew. 3. Who does Wiersbe think the author is? Why? Paul must have written the book of Hebrews, not only because the author identifies himself with Timothy, has been in prison, and uses a closing typical of Paul, most importantly Peter calls Paul’s letter to the Jews Scripture, and if it is Scripture, then it would be impossible for it to be lost. 4. How should we approach Hebrews? We must interpret Hebrews carefully in light of the entire Word of God, and be sure not to twist its meanings into what we desire instead the authorial intent of the letter truly was. 5. What are the key words of Hebrews?
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